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. >> reporter: sandy, what's left, still impacting us with the chilly temperatures, spinning rain and the gray sykes sykes -- gray skies, thank you sandy. the back side of the system. now centered well north of new york and outside the united states. the wrap around flow still bringing in the showers, clouds and basically just less than desirable weather. see a few spits of rain. watch out for the slick road. hour by hour we will look for a few showers going off to drizzle by midnight and will go down to 37 or so first thing tomorrow. that will be chilly. dress warm as you head out the door. we he will talk about how it'll change slightly for the weekend. look where it may rank all time among hurricanes. >> thank you. thousands of our neighbors would still be under their blankets tonight as the power company continues to work to get their lights back on. officials say they expect to have all of the customers have their power back on tomorrow night but in the meantime there are still plenty of downed wires. >> sandy hit new jersey shore harder than almost anywhere else and the president and
weren't using. they can help someone else. >> water taxi workers got new uniforms so the old ones included coats and weather gear are going to sandy victims in chrisfield. >>> the donations are helping but there is a lot more work that needs to get done to get chrisfield in to the shape it was before super storm sandy. don harrison is on the shore now with the latest on the chrisfield recovery effort. >> if you have had a crab cake here, there is a chance it came from a picking house in chrisfield. they have done so much for the state, now may need a little help in return. two weeks after sandy, chrisfield is feeling the e effects from the flood, the biggest in the town's 140 year history. >> we have 250 families that are in the state of isolation. >> pj, says the winds left the town devastated. >> we have been through the storm of the century, for us, we have seen tides and winds, not so much winds i guess, we had winds i believe, i honestly believe over 90 miles an hour, we recorded them up to 80 before we lost power. we had tides we had never seen before. >> with the devastatio
affected. were us right now is the department of public works. whether's the latest. where do we stand? >> we're working closely with bge to make sure we can address concerns that they have to protect the gas lines. you won't see real activity other than shutting the water down. so it's in the like the that in your home where you can turn the water off but you have to go pretty far away, especially with a main this far. >> with the -- with a process like this, you envision it will take weeks. >> i'm not going to put a time on it right now. it's another good example of our aging infrastructure. the mayor is very active with national governors in terms of being a lead are, pushing for infrastructure. stepping up the -- a pro active fashion. going from well under five miles now. that will be stepping up over a period of the next five years to where we will be doing 40 miles of main replacement a year. that's something that's really overdue. this line was put in in early 1920. this is 90 years in the ground. you can imagine the condition. >> thanks for talking to us. they have a lot of wor
for help. >> really, everything that they've asked for. we said anything you need, just call us. >> reporter: our county was one of those that sent aid. condition you will man said it only -- jerry ulm dodge chrysler -- kent ulman. >> get to garrett county. >> maryland didn't just send crews, the state was uniquely prepared to send crows to new jersey as well. >> the governor wanted to make sure that our citizens were safe but it was important to make shower we support other states in their time of need. >> dr. richard al corda hel eversee medical trauma. new jersey asked for help and got 6 ambulances and ems workers, many from baltimore city. the maryland crypts help -- crews helped 40 patients in 12 hors on the prs day. aid and need that was ready to step in as sandy side stepped us. >> we were prepared to be prepared for a direct hit. the blessing is we did not receive that. now we're able to use some of our own resources to support other states and part of our community in western maryland. >> crews that will continue that support until at least late next week. in baltimore,
help getting us there. >> we'll talk about the deep freeze. >>> here we go freeze warnings. four to five hours before freezing. bring in the pets as well. we'll be dealing with that through daybreak. wind chill factors in the 30s tonight. frederick, york, down through dover and easton, you feel like 35 under a mostly clear sky. rain coming down. already, mississippi, tennessee. this will take a path south and come up on wednesday. so another clear day but wednesday is our wild car weather day. rain, wind and wet snow. we're below freezing. stay warm out there. much more coming up. >>> as the people in new york and new jersey haven't had enough, more severe weather could be headed our way. it could bring the strong winds that wyatt's been tacking about. on top of that folks in northern new jersey awoke to a small earthquake early today. >> as people scramble to put their lives back together, ems crews are doing their part a team of 12 were in millers road early this morning. the main job will be to help coordinate ems resources to help those with hurricane relief one of the things
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